You need a holiday somewhere in the sun
I can tell you something that is really fun
Take a sparkling holiday somewhere in bubblegum (x2)

You can lie down in the shadow of electric silver trees
You can play ferry sinking victim looking water-ski
And if you want excitement ask the poet kids
They all look like Charlie Manson a bit
Take a sparkling holiday somewhere in bubblegum (x2)

You might have a quite interesting sightseeing tour
Go to hangover purgatory nightmare shore
See the damned and the dead and the died for love
The commercial gurus, the artist and the stuff

And if you come to lovey church, sit down in second row
You can hear your sister screaming in the room below
And the priest will claim thus they might be sure
A girl can either be a saint or a whore
Take a sparkling holiday somewhere in bubblegum
It's such a fun (x2)

To the old bridge where the jokers juggle
Give them a penny and they show you how to exorcise
And under the bridge the junkies shoot sperm
It's expensive these days so they substitute the girl

And if you want to dine, go to loony's inn
They serve sweet, good collapse with trauma and gin
And afterwards you may need a rest
Then I'll tell you pere lachaise is the best

Take a sparkling holiday somewhere in bubblegum (x2)
It's such a
It's such a fun
Take a sparkling holiday somewhere in bubblegum
It's such a
It's such a fun
Take a sparkling holiday somewhere in bubblegum
It's such a fun


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